Please join The Vilna Downtown Social Club for a relaxing evening of appetizers, drinks and great conversation
Sunday January 10th, 5-7:30 PM
Post 390, 406 Stuart Street, Boston
Meet some new friends, learn about The Vilna and enjoy a wonderful evening talking to people with a common Jewish and historical interest.
This event is open to all, and we encourage you to invite a friend.
The Vilna is the oldest surviving immigrant synagogue in Boston. No longer a synagogue in the traditional manner, today the Shul is a little different. We are a cultural center, a place where the history of Boston’s Jews can be shared and enjoyed by everyone and where Boston Jewish life thrives once again.
Appetizers Provided; Cash Bar.
Cost is $25/person or $45/couple
Please register at vilnashul.org.
RSVP Required by January 3, 2016.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (6127) 523-2324 with questions.
Post 390 is located on the corner of Clarendon and Stuart Streets in Boston’s Back Bay. Valet parking is offered for $21 at the Stuart Street entrance nightly after 5:30pm. There is also a limited amount of street parking and several parking lots and garages with varied fees available in the area. The most accessible stops from the MBTA are on the Green Line at the Arlington stop and on the Orange Line at the Back Bay stop.
Peri & Jim Kutchin
Rebecca Kotkin & Don Steinberg
Event Location: post390
406 Stuart Street, Boston, MA, 02116
* Registration closes on January 3rd
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